The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00804
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00804
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'. FLOOD Hurricane, Warning I Clewiston Schools To Open


The weather bureau first issuedan

CONTINUED RAINSAlthough EFFECTIVE OCT. 1 a advisory'tropical Wednesday disturbance afternoonof of mild Monday For 9-Month Term

intensity centered at that time near o
sections to the west of Advertised in this week's issue St. Thomas Island east of Puerto PRINCIPAL It. W. TURK BEGINS
headed in northwest- Forty-Two Garments
and a
Clewiston have experienced heavier of the News are two new city REGISTRATION OF HIGH

f rains the Townsite observation sta- ordinances which have, been adopted erly direction.On SCHOOL PUPILS TODAY
Thursday the storm had been Made By Red CrossA
the'United commission. The first
tion of States Sugar by the city
Corporation shows a total of 9.19 of these deals 'with ,the licensingof reported as of hurricane force with High school students are being

inches since the first day of September dogs in the city and the other seventy-mile winds and the noon large box of garments for registered in Clewiston today by

and the farming area around the for building zones of the city and advisory today was that the disturbance British Relief, prepared by volun Prof. R. W. Turk and on Mondayof
town has experienced flood con- the type, minimum cost, etc. of was some two teers of the Clewiston Chapter of next week the school term of
miles north of Turk Island
ditions very much the same as any building erected in each of hundred the American Red Cross, has been 1940-41 will get underway to con-

other sections of the 'glades. these areas. moving in a northwesterly direc- sent to New York headquarters, tinue for a full nine months.
tion and showing a tendency toward
The heaviest rainfall, expect for The dog license ordinance has northward. leaving here on August 26th: The Buses will go out at seven o'clockas

the first day of the month, was been considered by the commissionfor swinging storms in box contained 25 sweaters, ten during the last term and school
Charts of past arising
and several months and a story a will take in at 8:15. Pupils are
2.28 inches on Wednesday show that the dresses, four shawls and two
water was standing in many sec- few weeks ago called: attention to number this vicinity of them : swing northwardinto greater layettes.Mrs. expected to be at the schoolhouseat
the plan and its method of opera- that time.
tions of the town because there.... the Atlantic while still many F. Deane Duff production
tion. It met with favorable response At ten o'clock the student body
into the
was little or no hundreds of miles from the FlorIda chairman of the local Red Cross
.. soaked soil. However the from most dog owners so i and patrons of the school will
already '
Chapter, lists the following con-
city pumps and clear, sunny weather was passed and will become effec- coast. tents: I assemble in the auditorium of the

yesterday and so far today have tive the first. of October.In high school building for the open

taken care of the greater portionof addition to providing for a Four peasant type shawls. ing program. This program, Prof.

the surface water. one dollar tax on all dogs it is 200 CATTLE PLACEDIN Five ''w men's dresses, size 34. Turk states, will be brief and will

made unlawful for any female dog Five children's dresses, size ten follow much the same plan as in
, The heavy rains, general over
to be allowed to run at large years. former years. Teachers will be

\ South Florida, have flooded caused conditions par-! during seas n. Any dog captured PENS HERE FORFATTENING Five children's sweaters, Brook introduced and there will be brief
! ticularly severe
" River andin by an officer without license tag type, size four years. talks by the principal, school offi-
along the Caloosahatchee ,
Coast La- will be impounded and 'kept 72 Five children's sweaters, slip-on cials and others. Every patron is
the lower West area.
overflow hours during which time the own- type. size six years. invited to attend.
Belle came near to ,an
er may redeem it by payment of a Five children's sweaters, Brooks Following the assignments for
river following Wednesday's -
dollar and 25c for each day im- type, size ten years. classes for 'Tuesday the students
heavy rains but reports ,this hundred head of cattle, Five women's sweaters Brooks
pounded. The owner of a captured will .be dismissed and it is not
morning were that the water milesof was female dog running at large in Brahma and Hereford strains, type, size medium. likely that many will remain at

receding.' Hundreds of square season will' be required tot pay a were brought here the latter partof Five men's sweaters, slip-in type, school longer than noon. By Tues-

low ,prairie and timber land as five dollar fee plus impounding last week by J. B. Hendry and size small. day, however, it is expected that the
well as some muckland along I charges. At the end of the three- placed in the six pens which 'have Two complete layettes, each con- full daily routine of classes will

west side of the river is inundated. day period the animal will be pain- been constructed by the United sisting of: two outing flannel be carried out.

Little relief is seen until the I lessly killed. | States Sugar Corporation at the dresses, two outing flannel gowns, The Clewiston faculty will con

Caloosahatchee River, now running The building ordinance lists old Clewiston Dairy. two knitted shirts, two pair stock-
zone sist of Mrs. Mack Greene, Miss
almost bank full, is able :'to discharge the eight different zones for the These cattle will be used in ex- ings, one outing flannel cap, one Alice Steinholtz, Miss Evelyn Bell,

this surplus water into the I City of Clewiston, names the tensive experiments- to be, conducted outing ,flannel kimona, two outing Miss Evelyn Burhans, Mrs. Wallace

L Gulf and the elevation recedes to I boundaries and blocks embraced and by the sugar corporation in flannel blankets, 12 diapers, one Arey and Mrs. A. 0. Oliver in the

o a point where'gravity drainage maybe I the value and type of improyements affiliation with the State Experi- wash cloth, two small pieces linen elementary school and Mrs. Livonia
secured for lands along its'i' which ment Station of Belle Glade to as- (old), one dozen safety pins.
for each will
zone e permitted Holstine, Mrs. Agnes Thomas, Miss
banks. The elevation of the canalat I I certain the effects of feeding cattle
by the zoning officer. Mrs. Duff wishes acknowledgmentmade Ruth Knight and Joel Keen -in the
Moore Haven yesterday morning ; One clause in the ordinance is with dehydrated forage crops mixed to the United States Sugar high school. A science Instructor
was only. three tenths, of a oot be with molasses.
to the effect that no property can Corporation for'ordering sewing has yet to be added to the high

low the lake level, the, canal gauge be sold, leased, rented, etc*. to a These forage crops have been materials; to the American Red I school faculty, the resignation of

showing 16.1 and the laW gauge negro within the city limits. produced by the corporation in Cross for 21 pounds of free wool; Glen Wilson of Zephyrhills making

16.4 but the water.began to recede Severe penalties are set 'out for some quality this summer and to Mrs. W. H. Lanier, chairman of'' this necessary but it was anticipatedthat

\ .; slowly before the levels were equalized violation. of .the,, lastjjired ordiNance several different types of feed layettes, to Mrs. M. M. Prewitt one would be secured in time ;
,-' or the ',cttfiai; began flowing intot have been produced at the feed '
and penalties are also pro- chairman uf dresses, fo Mrs.. Roy for the"opening ,M Monday.

the lakev'/ vided for violation of the dog tax mill located near the sugar house. Continued on Page 8) Prof. F. G. Sturchio, new band V

_. Very Jew crops had-' been planted ordinance. The principal roughage used In feed director will remain in Clewiston
-; in this' area because the rains began I manufacture will be spent lemon of
Legion Holds ItsMonthl.y through Monday and Tuesday
"" early but a great, deal of land I grass plants after oil has been
New Office Building next week to interview prospective
has/been prepared for planting and extracted for processing but other MeetingThe members of the band and parents.He .

will no doubt be planted as soon as Virtually CompleteFinishing crops such as soy beans, sorghums will also 'be a speaker at the
the water table is lowered. Manyof and others are being tried out. assembly
opening program.
the sugar cane fields were inundated Because of the inclement weatherof of rains this
Clewiston Post the American Although continued
by the rains but officials of the week and the '
past pre-
J touches are now being Legion held its September meet- week threatened a soggy school
the corporation believe that valence of insects at this time of
sugar put on the new office building of ing Tuesday evening at the Clewis- ground for the opening date the

the high water will be beneficial the United States Sugar Corporation year no great,, results are expected ton Inn with E. M. Cornette presid- city pumps and a hot sun are do

;. to their crop rather than a detri I' and the past two days without from feeding experiments before the ing in the absence of CommanderC. ing much to dry up the groundsand

_ ment. rain have enabled a great deal of first of next month. V. Parkinson.F. the streets surrounding the

r The east side of the lake has progress to be made in the land- D. Duff of the civic affairs school block. ,Unless there are

had less rainfall than the west scaping of the grounds and plant- Health Committee committee reported on arrangementsfor more heavy rains the grounds

during the month and although the ing of lawn grasses. the 'community house and said should be well dried off by Mon-
rains have fallen almost every day Moving of office equipment from Hears Dr. HoffmanA that a definite report would prob- day. .

they have not been so heavy. A the, old administration building will i I ably be available by the October Greatest Improvement to school

nine-tenths inch average was shown :I begin at once and much new meeting. property during the the summerwas

by the sugar corporation for the furniture and equipment is expectedto meeting of the Clewiston unit Clewiston's annual carnival has the painting and altering of
of the State Public Health Com
eastern disvision for Wednesday, arrive shortly.A asked permission to return here the grade school building. All
the heaviest fall of the week. The' formal opening of the buildingis mittee was called by Mrs. J. A. the second week in December and rooms were painted in white with
McGehee chairman at the school
western division now shows a being planned by the corpora- it was agreed that the contract be blue trim making the building much

monthly excess to date of 4.35 tion but announcement of the date house Wednesday afternoon for the made by the ,entertainment com- lighter. In addition new lighting

inches and on excess from January for this opening has not yet been purpose of hearing an explanationof mittee.J. fixtures have been installed and
1 of 7.59 inches. The eastern county health unit work by Dr.
announced. E. Beardsley was asked to all floors sanded and waxed. .Even
division has a monthly excess of E. G. Hoffman, new health officer. I
speak at the school opening pro- the desks are being cleaned and
.053 inches and since 1 of Because of the inclement weather
1.7 inches. January Gibbs Rules Minimum attendance at the meeting was gram as representative of the Leg I waxed this week. -
ion. The old auditorium will now
be used as a classroom and the
Child's School Age
Dr. Hoffman stated that he was

K i w a n i s Program Is as yet new to the work in this Clewiston Students serve stage as has the been school partitioned library in off the to

fusion county and for that reason it
Rained Out Due to the which some- would be impossible for him to Leave For SchoolsMany future.
include th3
times arises concerning the age Other improvements
statements as
make any binding
which a child must have reachedto installation of several new piecesof
the unit
--- to future policies of ex-
enter the first grade of the rules set Clewiston students are returning playground equipment, the renovation -
covered by
for those
Charles and Dick Harris of West public schools of Florida, the following of Health. to college this fall and of the old equipment and

Palm Beach, the former a well-] ruling by Attorney General Included up by the in State the work Board done by the several are enrolling for their first ,the construction of a neat one-room
known tennis player and the latter 1
Gibbs is of interest. Nell Cornette building near the basketball court
immunization Miss Edythe
unit is the holding of year.
\ an expert bait caster planned to be "In schools having only one clinics and the visiting of enters as a Freshman at Southern for the use of the vocational agri-

.. present at the Kiwanis meeting promotion the child must culture classes.
a year, homes in the county where thereis College, Lakeland. Miss Martha
Wednesday night after enjoying a have reached the age of five years Nell Alston leaves Saturday for School officials estimate that the
sickness and offering sugges-
few sets of tennis on the Clewiston and nine months during the first mightbe Miami Beach where she enters the attendance in the Clewiston schools
tions to where the patient
courts and a fishing trip on Lake month of the school year in orderto as 'of if there new Berry School, transferring from will be some ten per cent higher
better taken care
Okeechobee but the heavy rain enter school. In event, Brenau College Gainesville, Ga., than last year's and regard this
were an emergency.
that day prevented them going "In schools having a semi-annual estimate as conservative based on
he said, does the unit officer or where she spent her first year.
through with the afternoon sports promotion a child who has reachedthe Misses Roberta Spicer and Barbara the increases in the past several
diagnosis or
nurse make a
and they returned immediately to of five and eleven terms.
age Tallahassee
years scribe treatment, this being left up Morrison returned to
their home. Charles, who was months during the first two weeks to local physicians.A where they are Sophomores at Flori-

scheduled to speak on his recent of a semester is eligible for ad- made for up-to- da State College for Women. Miss
request was
', world tour, asked that it b& de- Bourne will
." mission. date literature explaining the Betty Hooks, who will also return ton, S. C. and Hervey
ferred. The Clewiston school has enter aeronautical school at
only an
health unit work in detail in order for her Sophomore year,
Most of the meeting, thereforewas one promotion a year so a child that school officials and county sustained an injured shoulder and Tulsa, Oklahoma on the 20th.

taken up by a report on the entering here would come under officials might familiarize them was unable to leave this week. Wilbur McGehee has returnedfor

trip to Haines City to attend their the ruling of the first paragraphand selves with the plan. Six Clewiston boys are at'th his second year in the prepara-

charter meeting and various com- would have to reach the age The work of Miss Elizabeth Me- University of Florida, James W. tory department of St. Leo College,

mittee reports and policy discussions I of five years and nine months dur- was also Beardsley and Bob Patterson are near Dade City. and Miss Runelle
Cloud as county nurse I
1 ing the first month of the school endorsed by the group and all Seniors, Coburn :Moore, a Junior, McGehee is a senior at Monte Verde

Next week it is planned to have year". agreed that every effort would be Bob Beardsley a Sophomore, while School for Girls.

all new voters of the community The Attorney General made the made to have her sent back to the Dick Patterson and Dan Beardsleyare Jimmy Hall has entered his third

present for a talk by Senator David ruling at the request of Colin county upon completion of a'special entering as Freshmen.W. semester at Georgia Tech. Ed Von

Elmer Ward or some other speakerin English, state superintendent of training course which she will C. Owen, jr. is entering Tn- Mach and J. B. Brantley who are

explanation of the franchise. On public instruction. start next week at Richmond, Va. lane University, New Orleans, for employed in the General Motors
i the following Wednesday night She will be replaced by a new his Freshman year, after completing plant at Detroit, have enrolled Universityof

Judge J. M. Couse of Moore Haven Florida will participate with both nurse on October 1 and until that a course at Tennessee Military part-time course at the attend-

will explain the new constitutional an exhibit and a float in the South- time Miss Margaret Hoxey of Se- Institute at Sweetwater last year. Detroit. Louis Leiter is inJacksonville.

i amendments to be voted on in I eastern World's Fair In Atlanta, bring will take care" of the nurse's Morris Ford is entering his Sopho- ing Massey Business College

November. September 28 to October: 6, duties in Hendry county. more year at The Citadel, Charles- _' __ _.

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I KNOW where
wisdom than is
poleon, Voltaire, or I and water in equal
isters present and R aF EldWashington proportions will remove varnish

public opinion.- from furniture.
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Be calm in arguing;
D. C. Bake apples with only a small
makes error a fault,
courtesy.Herbert. STRATEGY amount of sugar so that the char-

You must say already has in- acteristic flavor is not disturbed.

"That is beneath major innovation in F *

that anything can by subor- When preparing gelatin desserts,
your power.- party organiza- if left-over fruit juice is used instead -

Trifles make network of Willkie of water, the desserts will
perfection is no his lieutenants are be much richer.
angelo. '
blood is A teaspoon of honey dropped ;
Noble an of "direct selling";
into the heart of a cored apple
noble actions
tune; personal solicitation
great.-Goldoni. to win votes for when preparing apples for baking
gives them a delicious flavor.
devised by Hugh (Recipes Below
of San Jose, Calif., ) Keeping Your Linen
Perky of the state's Associat-
clubs and organizer Shelves in OrderBy
Your Tea < Independents and Household

Willkie.' Here is how RUTH WYETII SPEARS

work: MODERN linen closets are

separate organiza- in spare corners all
set up in 12 classifica- over the house, always as closeas
: real estate, pro- possible to the place that the 'y
professional, linens will be needed.
Mp AY 1 1per' merchandising, I have sketched the whole story

hotel, personal serv- here of how one homemaker keeps
Each group would her linen shelves in order. She

activities, thus light- likes to keep things in sets iden-
of the regular cam-
and also not pil- Is the tea party the thing of the of canned cranberry sauce in your LUNCH CLOTH AND MATS ROLLED I
in their official re past? I sincerely hope not because chicken sandwiches the very next ON PIECES. OF BROOM STICK' '
SAT there is nothing quite so comfy and time you make them and see if you n I

would be asked to relaxing as a good cup of tea. And don't agree. there's a vast improve'. . '
make it more delightful ment. _u' COLORED BANDS FOR
and personable you can even
devote his time to cir by sharing it with a few of your Butterfly Tea Cakes. . AND NAPKINS I

workmen in the friends. (Makes 8-10 tea cakes) HANG STICK WITH TACK AND STRING
them The tea hour may be the time to WHILE BRIGHT ENAMEL DRIES -- *, j
mischievous and to selling 1 cake flour
become feminine with lazy
utterly ,
enough to that business of 1 cup sugar ELASTIC STITCH EDGES OF TWO 9" fj I
that's twice Sponsors of the discussions. the PIECES OF (I"RIBBON TOGETHE" "
just as -,- ,,1 teaspoon baking powder
of the .. RUN A S"P1E.CEqf ELASTIC
lightful new tea towel advantages for it: day the latest Vi teaspoon salt THROUGH HEN JOIN ENDSBAND / >>
formed, however, as is wasted in seeking dfashions 1 egg
movie, and even OF'GINGHAM "W/DE/
disastrously inquire Each representative 3/i cup coffee cream
tales of
phase of household the day, in,the I ings of Johnnie say- f" 1 teaspoon vanilla extract BUCKLEW SLIDE \If BIAS

cross stitch bows course of busi- I and Mary Jane. '% pint whipping cream BINDING k

stitched day names Or it may be en- j Mix and sift all dry ingredients.Place tified with colored bands and
colors will add a resistance is encoun- larged with mas unbeaten egg and coffee thinks it is more efficient to roll

these kitchen towels. ; does not real- I culinity with the trend of the con- cream in a bowl many pieces than to fold them. -0
approached political- I versation leaning more toward cur- and beat thoroughly I',, The best napkins may be bandedin .p

Pattern Z9193. 15c, : a case of two or more rent events, politics, books and even Add va- :: blue and white, luncheon mats

. extra Scotty:: matching designs for panholder tea shop." I the arts. riilla; extract and ... ,':'.i' may be rolled on a red stick witha

order to: is wasted on cam- i A tea party is one of the sim- pour liquid ingre- red band and green may be used
that will not interest plest methods of entertaining, be- dients into the. for the bridge table cloth. 'Linen

AUNT and the cost of the I cause even though your resources dry, ingredients holders like these would make at-

Box 166-W by the representa- I may be limited, you can ask a few and beat until tractive gifts, too. And speakingof

Enclose 15 cents for or firm, thus avoid. friends to drop in for tea.I smooth. Bake in well-greased cup- shelves and drawers; girls
cake or muffin tins in a moderatelyhot adore.the stocking case in Book 3,
desired. Pattern No..... expenditures. a friend who quite often
I *' gives teas on Sunday afternoons. oven (375 degrees) for 30-35 min- and the drawer padsin Book, 4;
Name ........:......,.:. \ utes. Cool. Then cut tops from
and make dainty gifts for
They are highly successful not be- they any
Address ................ AMERICA cakes, and cut each top in half. cloth Book
is full of tin men. cause of her lovely silverware or one. The table casein
from Paris, and china, (because. here I must confess Scoop a spoonful of cake from each 2 is another good linen closet
Bolivia. Pierce has that most of her china does not even one. Whip the cream and fill (cavity idea.

, .' HOT SPRINGS MAY BE 4'A'Liverpool and Van den match) ; they are successful rather, with whipped cream. Arrange topsto --
form butterfly serve at once, '
because her friends for the
Amsterdam. National gather NOTE: These homemaking booklets
RHEUMATIC and the Grace pleasure of chatting with one an- Date Nut Squares. are a service to our readers and No.iS
o while other. Conversation flies fast and I (Makes 3 dozen 1inch squares) just published contains a description of
an ex
; the other numbers, as well as 32 pagesof
But this famous way from the Mineral furiously-but the group is held together 3 eggs clever ideas fully illustrated. To get
has helped by one common bond, the'' 3 tablespoons water your copy send lOc coin to cover cost and
mailing. Send order to:
tea cup. 1 cup sugar
! Not everyone has got the of moment when
The most necessities 1 flour
meager cup
'-. "The Springs. But it to Washington.
would include a tea tray, on which 1 teaspoon baking powder MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS S
pocketbook to buy '
your British Bolivian
C-2223. This famous the tea set and napkins are placed, Vs teaspoon salt Drawer 10
Actually they New York E!
are Hills
i' real grateful help for a table from which to serve'the tea, 1 cup walnut meats (cut fine)
Simon Patino
.: pain, muscular aches, who lives in France glistening china; and wellpolishedsilver. 2 cups dates (cut fine) ordered.Enclose 10 cents for each book
fever. It does its work Add and
the water
1 the great tin smelters Beat eggs. Name ...............................
analgesic-thousands If the is small as beat in the Sift
'. relieving action. Sold tin mines in Bolivia. party you may, gradually sugar. : Address .............................
is Argentine hostess, pour the tea, asking the together theflour, baking powderand
guarantee, 6oc or $i. an guests to help themselves to creamor salt and blend with the first mix-
who lives in .
its Bolivia\
scription C-2223 by
lemon and sugar. If it is a ture. Fold in the nuts and dates.
to unseat Patino from
of the world. larger party and it is necessary for Spread in a shallow greased pan
For the you to constantly greet your guestsas (about 10 by 12 inches). Bake ina
"', Slander meets no they are all willing to they arrive, ask one of your moderately hot oven (375 degrees)
f noble minds; only the They see that inter- friends to preside at the tea. table for about 20 minutes. Cool, cut in i

-: what the base only is cracking, and for you. squares and roll in confectioner'ssugar. 4'e ...,
Sam, who consumes The tea that is served must be .
tin than all the rest good. It not only must be fresh, Danish Vanilla Fingers. v:E i : v.s3L.

L' rFOR COOL. means, to smelt his but must be hot to be palatable and (Makes about 5 dozen) tr

,::- The tin men have soothing. If the weather is warm % cup shortening "
" iS: := with the defense com-
like to' serve both hot and
you may % sugar
RFC in order to get ',
iced tea. Serve the tea in tall 1 'egg ,
,,- glasses which have been chilled prior 1 teaspoon vanilla_
Sliced lemon and
The to serving. 2 cups flourteaspoon
He that trusts to STORY powdered'sugar are necessary accessories 1/2 salt ,
will have his land lie latest facts in this for iced tea. Place the i/i pound almonds ((1 cup blanchedand tY03J1kQ
important tin story: -ice cubes in an attractive ice bucket ground fine)

States is on the with the ice tongs near by. As an Cream shortening and add sugar

a contract with one added bit of color and flavor, gar- gradually. Beat. in the egg and va- r.
Figs metal firms to nish the completed beverage with nilla. Blend well. .

smelting in this coun- sprigs of fresh, 'cool mint. Sift flour and salt

Dainty sandwiches, hot buttered together, and add f'
is ready to sign a con- toast, thin slivers of cinnamon toast q -.L t to the first mix- L ."
metallic tin to the and small English muffins are appropriate ture. Stir in the

1,000 tons per month. to serve with tea. Popu- ground almonds. O-Cedar it, Mom!

.5 6 Brocke declares the lar accompaniments to tea are sand- Turn dough ontoa The soft O-Cedar lustre LASTS
-or- the Dutch government wiches made from nut bread, sliced lightly floured
hours of work
tons a month from very thin, and buttered. board and knead saves weary""
o .0 You can wash the ugly film
Indies. You may like to use some of the until the mixture is smooth and no and dirt make
fingerprints ; can your
vr I are ready to re suggested accompaniments for your longer clings to the hands. Cut off dull and listless furniture you and woodwork J

rates on tin ore from next tea party, to give you that small pieces of dough and shape in I clean and sparkly;you can leave behind a
due io United States. much sought-after distinction as a rolls about 2V4 inches long and a scant soft warm silken lustre that STAYS,a Itistrs
Dr. Hitchcock's this is a tangled skein discriminating hostess. half inch thick. Place on greased that LASTS for weeks and for months longC1'c..
Laxative Powder interests. Patino, the Hot Tea. cookie sheet and bake in a moderate'oven .if you'll use genuine O-Cedar Polish in "
tonic-laxative- worried that his gov- Rinse teapot with boiling water. (350 degrees) for about 15 min your dampened cleaning cloth. There's a
astonishing treat in store for
bowel muscles. It close pleasant you
playing a
Allow 1 teaspoon of tea for each utes. when do.
that sluggish feeling
only 10 cents. Large Hochschild, the Ar- cup and "one for the pot." Place tea
cents. At all den Brocke, the Hol- in teapot, and pour freshly boiling Easy Entertaining. 3' dc
like to set up a smelt- I' water over tea leaves. Cover and Doesn't ham loaf with hot cheese 0! .rf'

but insists that he allow tea to steep 3 to 5 minutes, as biscuits sound inviting to you? It POLISHMOPS
it, since he would desired. Remove ball or bag con- is so simple you can plan and serve

ore. taining the leaves, and serve at the meal yourself, giving mother a WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AND
the U. S.; government once. day off to visit her friends or to do FLY AND MOTH SPRAY

over prices. Chicken Sandwiches With that much-needed shopping that she
un @ fm.E B this frenzied activity, Cranberry Sauce. hasn't had time to do before. The
no doubt that a smelt- Right here and now we put in our menu and recipes for this deliciously J'n. @IDPmAllWCLreThe

Whether you're will, be established plea for revolt against chicken sand- simple and simply delicious lunch = buyer's assurance is the advertising .

follow or remodeling the a long-range questidh wiches that are bone dry! Have you are given in Eleanor Howe's book, he or she reads in the newspaper.
41 what's new..and : tried putting a thin slice of canned "Easy Entertaining," which you B That is the buyer's gukla. It tells the
better. And the industry outlast the cranberry sauce in with the chicken may obtain by sending 10 cents, in must to Let the
prices one expect pay.
this about new things or will it, as in the ? We eat cranberry sauce with coin, to Eleanor Howe, 919 North seller who tries to charge more beware!
filled newspaper.with smelt itself out of chicken when it's served on a plate. Michigan qvenue, Chicago, Illinois. .
n which you should return control to the Why not in a sandwich? Try' a slice (Released by Western Newspaper Union) fr;
cartel overseas?

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'Syncopation9 Seemed to SPEAKING& OF UNIFORM

Cover Patient's Ailment

I', ...... A patient who complained of I SPORTS I SUNDAY l| p

digestive troubles was told by a
specialist that he was drinking too By By HAROLD L.
much, and would have to stop it. Released by Western Newspaper Union Dean of The Moody
I of
"Well," said the patient,. "whatam (Released by Western :
I to tell my wife?" of the least known managers
The doctor thought for a few big league baseball is Del Lesson for :
minutes, then said: "Tell her you Baker, who"two years ago succeeded ,
are suffering from syncopation." Mickey Cochrane as manager of
I'I The patient did as he was told. the Detroit Tigers. The spotlight Jected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and
I. "What is syncopation?" asked his focused on him .only once-v.hca he Council permission.of Religious
wife. took over Cochrane's job in a sur-
"I don't know," said the hus prise move. Since then he has re-, THE I
band, "but that's what he said." rained in the background.
Baker's anonymity is unusual.
When her husband had out LESSON TEXT-Psalm
gone l
,; the wife looked the word in the Early this season the Tigers were GOLDEN TEXT-If a
up rated as the team to grab the American will keep'my words;
dictionary, and found that it league pennant-providing the love him and we will
movement make our abode with him.
meant "Irregular
: out of their
Yankees failed to snap
I from bar to bar." slump. Even then Del didn't get the
"The Psalm of
, publicity one would expect.It .

I A Great CharacterA I is true that he is not accustomed Psalm God"-so 139, Abingdon but goes
to the headlines. He spent main theme is I
most of his playing days in the cares personally and I f
great character, founded on minors. When he served as aide to The omniscience and
the living rock of principle, is, in Cochrane he was almost eclipsedby of God in the
fact, not a solitary phenomenon, that colorful individual's person- /
of fear
men, bring
to be at once perceived, limited ality. But he did his work well and but to those who I
and described. It is a dispensation -' to the
proved a valuable asset team.
of Providence designed to That was proved when he was Him they bring
b have not merely an immediate, named to replace Black Mike. The sublime
I but a continuous, progressive and presented is an
never-ending' agency. Popular With Players vine inspiration of

It survives the man who pos- Visitors to the Tigers' dugout human philosopher '
I sessed it; survives his age-per- probably don't notice Baker. They attained to or

haps his country, his language.- watch Dick Bartell, Bobo Newsom, understanding, of the "
Edward Everett. Hank Greenberg and the other stellar God. Only the
attractions of the club. All of God, speaking

Tallest U. S. Shaft which seems to please Baker justas give us this
J much as it does the more brightly reveals thatI.
shining stars. God Knows
! The San Jacinto monument near
Houston, ,Texas, is.the tallest shaft The Detroit ball players like and .1-6).
. of its kind in this country, being respect Baker. They favored his He is entirely
. 12 feet higher than the Washington selection as manager. Things true and eternal .
\ monument. Costing more than weren't running very smoothly with things. Man is .,

$1,000,000 and dedicated in April, knowledge of .,
it commemorates the famous in' which he lives,
1939, !
I 29-minute battle of San Jacinto cept as He reveals

, in 1836, in which Sam Houston defeated knowledge is not ....
'i Santa Anna and freed Tex- progressive, going : ;
!,1 1 as from Mexico.-Collier's. another; but God +:
perfectly and ..?
I''I ginning, yes, from 9
I{ ; SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN God is not so ; j
'1 I
I if4 9INII does not put things_ "

IiVgORO i ; He is
WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY and in me-is vitally, ',"
I i blessedly concerned ..
iE of us. Knowing all
E As Life Is builds
a garrison :
Life is like the orange tree that ing love around us ( ; .- ;
blossoms and fruits at the same :if
4:7 R. V.r, and
time. We are gathering the fruit -
powerful but tender '
today yielded from yesterday'sbloom if we permit Him so r.-r.personality. ....'J
and the blooms of today-
the club when he took over. Coch have you submitted :,;
have the promise of fruit for to-
and his weren't
rane men always on control through ?}
morrow. Silas K. Hocking.L. '
the best of terms and a great many
I II. God Is
L ; of the stories concerning 'dugout ,1
I and club house conflicts were true.Baker's In our humanity '.._-'
calmness and cool judg- not only in -
t i : MALARIA ment appealed to the players. He, our',ability to be in :,
6.Ii 6 place at a time.
in 7 days mad relievice was in direct contrast to the excita- \
us what our reason .
ble Cochrane. The Tigers' slumpwas '"
COLDSLIQUIDTABLETS checked and they rose from that God, the infinite ."',

SALVE NOSEDROPS- YlDptOIDB first day the second division to fourth place, where at all times. ::.
in which position they finished the mean (as the
Try"Rab-MyTism"-a Wonderful Liniment season. Last year the Tigers fin- us believe) that God
ture, bound' in --" ished fifth. This was no reflectionon up :
r- Sources Trouble Baker as many of the playerswere trees, but that He .:a
From one of three sources our slipping. In fact, fifth place immanent in
troubles arise: Dirt, Debt or wasn't at all bad. The Tigers had love, sustaining all t
Devil. been in last place during one stretch. ling and directing
His universe.The .

Shifts. Draw Fire man who
At the opening of the present God and flee from

GOOD t / season Baker engineered a trade of finds no comfort in
DRUGSTORES \ Bill Rogell to the Chicago Cubs for may attempt to
Dick Bartell. He assigned big Hank in the abode of the
t''v' Greenberg to the outfield and Rudy there. If he could )
YuWN } r ,t York to first base. lIe was criti- speed of morning
I 51.20su cized for the shifts, but subsequent uttermost parts of

608 events proved his foresight.The there before him. ."
s '' I men think will hide
4 '' Tigers do not look like pen
T3/li1gS le sedReli "
nant winners this year. Their pitch- is like daylight to J
. ing is too spotty and their defensea we have to do" ( )
bit too loose. Beset all year with But why flee from ..
injuries, they were forced to func- Why not come to
tion too long without the services of dience, and then ",-
fS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Charley Gehringer, veteran second rejoice that we t

I baseman. Pinky Higgins third base= the circle of His !

We Can All Be man, was out for several weeks with blessed truth it is '
\ something that resembled the these lines are read ..
mumps, Dick Bartell and Buck New- the church, in a
EXPERT som were both incapacitated and in an airplane, in .
Pitcher Tommy Bridges picks up a mine, in darkness or :
I blister on his pitching finger every great city, or by one !
4iV BUYERS now and then. the wilderness-God, !

., Baker still thinks the Tigers can knowing, eternal
1 cop the pennant if they get a "few there. He is right !
C In bringing us buying Information good breaks." Opinion is by no III. God Searches
I to prices that are being asked for means unanimous on that score, buta (vv. 23, 24).
what we Intend to buy, and as to the Detroit victory would be universally Verse 3 of our
I quality we can expect,the advertising popular. God searches the
columns of,this newspaper perform a
baseball could learna but here find the
J worth while service which saves us And fans then we .
many dollars a year. little more about this man Baker. inviting God to
heart. It is one
0 It Is a good habit to form, tho habit Surprise Move universal truth; it
r of consulting tho advertisement:; every ter to make it
time we mako a purchase though we JIM FERRIER, champion golfer of to know'that
have already decided just what we still must find himself thing
.. I want and where we are going to buy somewhat baffled by a recent edictof will, is pointing out
I It.It gives us tho most priceless feelingIn the United States Golf associa- and rebellion of my ;
the world: the feeling of being tion. another thing to :
adequately untarily to His !
Ferrier, who has been in this coun
did the
,O When we go Into a store,prepared try for six months, was threateningto Why
') beforehand with to search him?
knowledge of what is carry the national amateur cham-
offered and at what price, wo go as pionship back to his native sod. He thoughts .any
I an expert buyer, filled with self-confi was a ranking favorite to win the revealed and put
1 dence.It U a pleasant feeling to have, Mamaroneck, N. Y., tournament, important point. It
the feeling of adequacy. Most of the know that sin is
having previously captured the Chi-
unhappiness In tho world can be tracedto ask God to give us
cago Open, the St. Paul Open and
a lack of this feeling. Thus adver- out, that He may
tising shows another of Its manifold the Open. the "way
facets-shows Itself as an aid toward Then, as a surprise move, the U. The Word of God
making all our business relationships S. G. A. decreed that he was guiltyof
of righteousness in
i II more secure and pleasant. a rules infraction by writing "in- life.Vho will]
I structional golf" for a book published
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $'$ in Australia. the walk all-knowing in that way-in

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The Clewiston News and Queen Elizabeth and to' every or swimming available from Escam- drinks were served by the hostessesto I

Briton. bia to Monroe In one form or an- the twenty-five ladies attend- .
other, a delightful change from the ing.

Published every Friday In Clewt ton, New we read the new city ordi- humdrum of hot pavements and city Good ]FarmLand
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, nance and find we must get a dog bustle. NURSE RETURNSMiss

Inc. license, too before October 1st. Florida is Indeed a true vaca-

Don't get mixed up and try to tionland, not only for countless mil- Jetta Geiger has resumedher L
KEATHLEY BOWDEBT Editor drive the car with a dog license and lions from other states but for duties at the Clewiston Emer-

put the driver's license on the her own year 'round residents as gency Hospital as nurse after a four

Entered as second class mall matter dog. The wrong party might get well. With the exception of moun- weeks leave of absence. She spent
February 1, 1927, at the Pod Office in "painlessly destroyed." tains, she offers all and more than the time in Orlando. for Rent
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of
March 3, 1887.Snbeerlptlon. can be found anywhere else. In the

ow: :..:oM.x.o(..:..:..:..:.:.;..:..:..:..:..:. words of William Cullen Bryant, LADIES AID PROGRAM ON
Hate $2.00: Per Year "She speaks a various language"and "WOMEN OF ,BIBLE" THURSDAY
Is to meet mood ...
prepared your ..
Advertising Rates On Application. Too Late To ClassifyBy whatever it may be.

Taking no definite or set vaca- The Ladies Aid Society, meetingfor

Devoted to the advancement and welfare RUSSELL KAY tion for a given period this sum- its regular monthly meeting
of Clewiston and Hendry County. mer, I have spent my time nosing Thursday afternoon at the Com- TrespassersWill
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-: : : : ::: : : : : :N.INN:NNNNN:IMNN NN 1 about the state taking short tripsof munity Church, heard a splendid

You know, I doubt if there is i two or three days' duration program on "Women of the Bible". Be

another state in the union that every week or so, stopping along Mrs. W. F. Simpson had charge of vl
.:..:.:oMX.-. "-..,.. ..)-MX.oMX Prosecuted v''
the visit of interest the and was assisted
offers such contrasts and such a route to points program by
wide variety of unusual attractionsas fishing or swimming or just Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. G., B.

RAMBLINGS does Florida. loafing, now on the east coast, now. Thomas and Mrs. I. D. Leydig.
One need not go beyond the on the west, or making a swing into Mrs. J. H. Doty presided at the

By B. B. borders of the state to find scenery, whether you take it in a lump or business session and plans for the

vegetation, activities, and topogra- (Continued on Page 8) annual bazaar were discussed.Mrs. .

Xw---x... "...: phy of such a distinctly different "V. F. Simpson was hostess Clewiston
and served delicious defreshmentsto
character and flavor as to equal in
With the two unfailing sources most every respect a visit to some And
Brown, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. I. Realty
of conversation-the war and the far away land or section of the
The Womans Missionary Societymet D. Leydig, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley,
weather-failing to provide any country. at the First Baptist Church
Mrs. Miles Thomas, Mrs. Wallace
with Consider the. striking contrast be-
optimistic outlook on life and Development'f
tween "boom"built'modernistic Tuesday afternoon for its regular Arey, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Otto
Friday, the 13th looming aheadof !'
monthly meeting with Mrs. A. R'I Larsen Mrs. E. Mills
C. Mrs. J.
cities of Miami and Ft. Lauder-
us, the week has been a trifle Corporation
Broadfoot, president, presiding. Fred Morrison, Mrs. C. T. Hurst,
dale with the old, yet solid and
in spots.
Mrs., E. M. Cornette gave the Mrs. H.
substantial, communities of Pensa- R. Knight, Mrs J. J. J"
But yesterday, the skies broke cola and St. Augustine. devotional and a splendid programwas Graham, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.
and the sun shone through at Gulf Coastal given by Mrs. Clayton Waters, G. B. Thomas and Mrs. H. R. Hall.
Compare the High-
least intermittently all day. Andit Mrs. Sam Mrs. Alex Mc-
Young, - - - -- -------
way with its palisades above beau- 10
seemed that every clothes line Gowan, Mrs. E. J. Vent, Mrs. H.

in town was filled with clothes. dunes tiful Pensacola, its red Bay clay, its pineclad,rising hills sand, E. Walker, Mrs. Carawan Nelson ':":":":":":":":":":--:":":":- :":":":":":":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Old Sol really had a golden oppor- and Mrs. Stanley McGowan.
to the flat sandy beaches of the
tunity for usefulness.In Reports of the'various commit-
California when it rains lower East Coast-yet both areas tees were given. The nominating 1 l ,
have distinctive charms and ad- SOLD !
Chambers of Commerce are apt to : vantages.The committee made its report and the ..
election of officers will take place
sneak of the very unusual weather. :
resident of Key West seek-
But here in Florida we are grinningand of at the next meeting. .1.X
ing a complete change
saying it's the usual Septemberrains need not journey to some distant Present, in addition to those :;: THE TWO BUSINESS CORNERS :_.::
or it's the "oldfashionedrainy assisting with the program, were
state. He will find it in the scenic
season" as someone expressed highlands of Polk Lake Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. B. E. Herr-' On
Highlandsor Highway Recently Advertised *
it. ing, Mrs. Frank. Cothern, Mrs. E.
Pasco counties, or in the older Y
E. Kelly, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs.A. *
settled areas of West Florida whero : 100 Feet and 150 Feet :|:
D. DIxon, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Y ,
And the old story of drainingthe quiet prosperous farming communities ..
M. C. Doke, Mrs. W. H. Warren, ? 1Announcement :
Everglades is re-told and re- nestle contentedly amid limit-
Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. W. J. I t
argued. When rains come wide- less forest areas and high banked
spread over such a large flat area, clay cloaked rivers. i Robison, Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs.V. :{: of improvements on these :Sy. i:: ... .
C. Woodward, Mrs. E. Hayes, .:. .
combination Ever-
it takes a of Floridians who live west of the

glades experience, Washington Suwannee will find a wonderland Mrs.Clarence Campbell Krueger.Nail and Mrs. corners will probably be made :i: I.Js

formula, ditches and canal lock awaiting them in South and Central ',' ;

to cope with the situation. The Florida where crystal clear streams, ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ?: next week :SI :

Clewiston pumps do a splendid job white sand ,beaches, busy bustling ENJOYS SOCIAL MEETINGMrs. : '" :I!:
of reducing water in.. the territory communities, stately royal and X Y

served, as can be seen when con- cocoanut palms provide a real tropic D. B. Allen, Mrs. W. J. ". .

tinuous heavy rains fill the ditches atmosphere entirely different. from Robison, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and !"" J. E. Beardsley t::

and even get'the water over side- the vistas of virgin pine, tangled Mrs. M. ,C. Doke. were hostesses

walks on some of, the lower sec- hammock or turkey oak. to members of the ladies Sunday : ':.
tions. Next morning, these streets Those from Interior Florida tir- School class and the teachers of f:;: '. REAL ESTATE '- .,. __" ::

and sidewalks were out from under ing of lakes and hills or vast prairie the Baptist, Sunday School at the ...

water and the pumps deserve the will find plenty to interest and en- church Thursday afternoon.A X .i. J#
entire credit. The farming lands, tertain them with complete change short business meeting was h !

of course, are not as closely ditch- of atmosphere and 'scenery at the held and afterwards a social hour + r.

ed and not as well-served by beaches of either east or west coast, was enjoyed. Cookies ,and iced ,?!.:..;.:N:N:11:N:N:N:N:N:M:N N N:M:N:N:M:..:N:N:N:111.:N 1.:N:N N:N:N:H N:N:11:N:N:M:N H M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N.:::::.
and canals and suffer and
pumps they with the same tackle they em- .

accordingly from too much water. ploy to capture the elusive black .;..:..:..:..: ;.:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..;.. .;..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:...:...:...:..:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:..:...:..:...:..:...:...:...:...:N1
bass In their familiar lakes and 1 1...N 1 N 1 N.N 1 N 1 N.N.0.:N 1 N 1 N 1.N N 1 N 1 N 1 M 1 N.N.N 1 N:N:N:11 1.N N.N:N/H 1 N:N 1 N:N:N 1.N.1:N:N:N N 1.M N:N:N:N:N:N:N 1/11 N:N:N 1 N.N 1 N.11 1 H.1 N 1 N,1......N.N.N.N.N 1 N.H 1 N.N 1 N 1 N.N.N.M 1......N N)
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The highway Into Fort Myerswas streams they can have a world of ::y XYY

reported Wednesday night by sport with a variety of game salt '..... ,,- AY: 't'.t.
motorists who came from there to water fish that will leap to the :...:. ,. .=.=1
be under water up to the running- spoon or plug in Ocean pass or '::: : : ::::

boards for a distance equalling Gulf inlet-salt water trout, ro- :,:..!. : ENJOY AN .t'..

several blocks In the Buckingham balo, red fish, lady fish, mackerel, ,t....:.. '. __. .t.'t.
'.. :t::::
section. In fact, the only dry high- jacks and others. 8 ,,\ '.'.. .t. -

way into Fort Myers was reported Country folks whose daily lives : ::: : ;. **

to be the one from Punta Gorda. are confined in an orbit of the ,i..i. -. ,. ALL ELECTRIC ::::::

Unless a storm brews out in small farming community will find : ::: ++

the ocean and brings us several the contrast and thrill they need by ::: : ( :;:::
additional days of rain, it is prob- visiting such metropolitan cities as : A: HOM 1 E VYt.
,... .t."t.
able that this situation won't last Jacksonville, Miami or Tampa, '
: ::::
long. where comfortable accommodations :; :: .;
. are available at modest rates and :i:ii! -S i11 4

,. Many Clewiston folks: joined with modern stores, theatres, night clubs ., .

, those in Harlem this week in regretting and bright lights will serve to :tA .

,:}:: the death of Viola Tobias break the monotony. :_*; Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ::::
Dunkle. Viola Those whose daily task confines :
': Clewiston Inn for"malded"many years at and the them to a stuffy office in the city Is:i: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;::;:

;if; was known to of will find the forests and streams, _: i
f '> married one of scores the colored us.She preachers I the beaches and bay heads, the :: home and one that will do everything quickly, ,efficient- ::::'t.:

.;" and left Clewiston when his open prairies, the rolling hills and I ;a: ly and economically. :t::::

work called him to another church. lakes, the hunting, fishing. hiking, .a #

f,.',; and They since kept their Viola's home illness here,her though hus-, .1:1.1 j jA H.".:.. .One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or .:.t.t.i..:::.:.

rt7 1:';," band had been here to arrange the I;p=: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::+

planning house for to her bring return her back and home was .1 ti your radio for most of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :!::=:

rf:f' next hospital week.and She will died be in buried a Sebring here .-i ii it : one thing that gets cheaper th more of it that you use. ::::

: today. Just a colored : : y
woman, who
W::' did her work faithfully and well, |::i: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home .:i'::!:

t.v: was leader cheerful in much and good obliging work in and the a :I."lIt..;.. that IS- a 11'electric and mo d ern. .::::.:;.i.:::

:,'- colored quarters. We cannot have : M'Y
f{' too many of her kind. .A"t' :...
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In these days when the of
' >: the Battle of London keeps us :::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- *:.

<";. strengthening our own hopes with '':::: ::::::
,:: thoughts of British courage we '..:. .t..t.

silently pay tribute to those indomitable COME IN !' ti
people, and particularly- NOW and LET ''::i: ANT-USE 'IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .:...:
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to their king and queen. An English .S-.
US explain OURhomefinancing : .t"t.,.
o": ruler has much. less actual :. ..
r'' power .t'.t',.t. .:..t.
than our own president, and yet plan .t'.t',. .t..t.

perhaps a greater responsibility.Upon .without obligation to you .t'.t'.t'.t',.t.

King George and Queen .t'.t'...;. r' I1i:!:

Elizabeth falls the responsibility of No red tope-all loan ; '.'t."
embodying all the ideals ..
of a fine applications are ':''.t.

"y-a: calm journey empire the ,personification courageous through and in a people.their war-torn or the every They London British day are, Clewiston is cleared released quickly promptly.Federal, money .:.t'YA t.t'.t.''[f G lades Power and Light i Co. .f..t.if:_

stopping in whatever air raid ,:?'' M

shelter is nearest when an alarm I.:+ .
and LoanAssociation '.. ....
sounds they have cast their lot Savings ;,.t. .t..:.
with the lowliest of their subjects. 1.. -

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, I Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Toulis linen bridge set for high at the hostess to Mrs. C. L. Moran, Mrs. \ DICK SCIIIFFLI ILL ;

I and their sons, Anthony and Billy, bingo table and Mrs. '''M. W. Bigg Jay W. Moran, Mrs. P. M. Mc- .---

: have returned to Clewiston aftera a breakfast cloth for low bingo Intyre, Mrs W. L. Lott, Mrs. J. F. Dr. O. F. Schiffli was called to

PersonalsMiss five weeks' vacation spent at score. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson made Tlppcy, (Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. H. Highlands, N. C. last week by a

, ''r : Daytona Beach. the lucky cut and was given a C. Kolstad, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, sudden serious illness of his son, >

---- novel note container. Mrs. C. L. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. L. Mc- Dick, who has been spending the

:Mrs. C. J. Neilson left Saturdayfor Moran, a guest, received hose. Clendon, Mrs. Deane Duff, Mrs. R. summer there, with his mother.

her sister The guests included Mrs. E. C. N. Smith, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs Before leaving Clewiston Dr.
:Mary Moore was a Utica, N. Y. to join ,
in Fort Myers. Mrs. I. O. Bishop of Fort Pierce Ina Mills, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Schiffli made arrangements for hospitalization -

Tuesday visit to another sister, Mrs. Elmer Jay W. Moran, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn?I Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. J."T.. by long distance tele- .

Cox. Dr. Bishop accompanied Mrs. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Ii Ezelle and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. phone and the only report so far "t
the week- '
Delmar Hawkins spent Pierce. Owen, Mrs. Fred Henriksen, Mrs. I received from him is that Dick is
Neilson Fort
end with his parents. in South Bay. i 'W. P. Vaughn, Sr, Mrs. C. W.: :MRS.! Pi: DURRENCE IS HOSTESS now recovering rapidly. Ho is :.

--- Fuller, Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. John AT BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. expected to return this weekend.J. .
1 Mr. Mrs. W. F. Simpson are
Miss Frances Morgan was a visi- and Lucaa, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. M. ftik

j tor in' West Palm Beach Sunday. leaving Sunday for their vacation. M. Prewitt, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Foy Durrence was hostessto

(: ,They with relatives expect to in spend Atlanta a few and days then Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Keathley members, of her bridge club at M. COUSE .

Mrs. D. M. Draughn of Moore Bowden, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs.S. the regular meeting, which was
,: Haven was a business visitor here make a motor trip through Northern L. Crochet, Mrs.V.. H. ,Lanier held at the home of Mrs. G. E.I:: Counselor and Attorney at Law -
and Eastern states. I Hopkins Building :
Monday. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw' Mrs. C. L. Etherton, Wednesday afternoon. I I Wednesdays and Saturdays M

a ; Moran, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. C. High score prize was won by 9:30 to 4:00 '

Miss Claudia Acuff of West Palm Miss Virginia Saxon, who spent A. Martinez, Mrs. George Bellamy, Mrs. V. C. Woodward and secondby I

here visiting most of the summer here visiting Mrs. E. W. Ullendahl and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Knight. r

,w' Beach spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs.. A. W. Lawrence, has Fred Morrison. Banana pudding and coffee were

., friends.Mr. gone to Moore Haven where she served by Mrs. Durrence to Mrs. Johnson's Fish Camp '

is teaching the first grade in the GROUP ENJOYS KID PARTY Woodward, Mrs.' Knight, Mrs.
.- and Mrs. E. C. Mills and Moore Haven school. (Near Hurricane Gate)
FRIDAY AT DIXON HOME Etherton, 'Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., Mrs.

sons, Gene and Bub, spent Satur John Elmore, Mrs. G. E. Crow, jr. Clewiston, Fla.

day in Fort Myers.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pope of Home- The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. and Mrs. W. F. Nail. Boats and Motors-Guide Service

stead spent Sunday and Mondayin Dixon was the scene of a jolly kid Rates Reasonable

and 11rs.R.. M. Bishop and Clewiston visiting Mrs. Pope's party Friday evening when Linwoodand
W. H. Johnson Mgr. .. n:
son, Moye, are spending this weekin brother, Dan B. Allen and family.Mr. Betty Dixon entertained. ,

Gainesville. and Mrs. Pope were en routeto Prize for the best' costume went MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

Gainesville where they entered to Barbara Broadfoot and second I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

.. their oldest son in the University.Mr. Maps Estimates masses Scientifically Broken I>en.ei ;
Mr. and :Mrs. Keathley' prize to Bill Vent. Dick Trenery !. Fitted and Repaired Duplicated

r and sons, Kay and Paul, spent Sun- was awarded consolation prize. Mrs. JOHN H. DOTY DR F D. GUDBAUR

day in Okeechobee.Mrs. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and Dixon, assisted by Mrs. W. J. Robi- Engineering Consultant trptometrist -

children have returned from Carls- son served delicious refreshmentsto Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade
Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. Fort Myern, Florida ?
bad N. Mexico. Mrs. Hackett
Elbert Stewart and Miss ,' Gloria McDuffie, Mamie Trice, Successor to K. H. Oakley r ,fir.MYN
Ollie Moorman were Tuesday visitors the children have been there with Helen Dodd, Elizabeth Winn, I'
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. -------- --------------------------
Barbara Broadfoot, Maxine Doty,
in Fort Myers.Mr. Fagan, all summer, and Mr. Hackett Carolyn Robison and Gertrude ..;. :N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N..N N N.N.N.N.M.N........w......u..w.. '

joined them for his vacation three Ullendahl, Walter Zuhn, Sonny and : :*:
and Mrs. W. F. Therkildsou :: NOTICETo
weeks ago. Bud Vaughn, Paul Fuller, James
visitors in
of Miami were y f

T ton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and Vent.Stephens, Jimmy Davis and Bill :;: New and Old Arrivals in Clewiston :;;:

.-- children, Bevoly and Bettye Carol, I y :? t
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oliver returned ::: Register your name and present address with us so your >
Tuesday from a fishing trip returned Tuesday night from amonth's MRS. H. R. HALL WINS HIGH .;. friends and relatives will have no trouble locating you as ;; r'

Beach. vacation during which they PRIZE AT BRIDGED CLUB :: .we ,will gladly direct them personally to your home. :tt;:
and vacation at Fort Myers ;
Texas. Mr.
visited various cities .i. There is no charge or obligation. We only want to do our ,: : 'ex
Flaniken's sister, Miss Kathleen Mrs. Leslie C. Miller entertained :: part in rendering a needed service to the visitors and residents :: -
Mrs. W. C. Owen, jr. are
:Mr. and
Beach Flaniken, of Rogers, Texas, returned members of her bridge club Wed- .;. of Clewiston. Register Today. .;
in West Palm
business visitors

today. Ss, with them for a visit. nesday meeting afternoon since summer for' the first vacation.club =..i.i.: GULF SERVICE STATION :;I i_:; .

Mrs. F. Deane Duff returned over Mrs. H. R. Hall was awarded a
.. *
children of G. B. THOMAS
Mrs. W. C. Nail and North Carolina I Mgr.
from .
the week-end '
Fostoria vase as high prize and -
Moore Haven were visitors here where she spent her vacation. Mr. Mrs. R. N. Smith a gingham kitchenset .:.H.N..N..N.N..N..N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N N N N N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:H ti N N:N:N N N:N:N:N:N M:N H M:N:N N H N..:M:N:. y 'YY

Y. Saturday. Duff returned last week and Mrs. as cut prize.Gingerbread ........... a..

Duff remained for several 'days with whipped cream
"i y'' Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs. S. L. I
McGehee longer with her parents, Mr. andF. and coffee was served at the con-
and Runelle were
Edward Bryant who spent their clusion of play to Mrs. Dave Als-

shopping in West Palm Beach Tues- vacation at Grove Park Inn, Ashe- ton, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. II

day. ville. H. Lanier, Mrs. H: R. Hall, Mrs.R. I 1 1o MEN :
J. E. ,Beardsley and sons, ''Jim, N. Smith, Mrs. G. B. Thomas
froma Bob and Dick Patterson, ,sons and Mrs. Keathley .Bowden.
Bob and Dan returned Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,
vacation visit with relatives in
and Jim, Bob and Dan Beardsley, I :
Chicago. sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ,Beards--TUESDAY AFTERNOON .' Are Dependable and Have Steady .
I *
ley left this week for Gainesville: : '
t Who Are Now
Employment Paying
)I Miss Edythe Nell Cornette leftJ' ,
at the
where they are students Mrs. Otto Larsen entertainedwith .'
yesterday for Lakeland, where she Month for Rent and Would {
; JIr'' has enrolled in Southern College University of Florida. Dick Patterson a bridge and Chinese Checker per or ,More, "--'--'

J' '. for her first year. and Dan Beardsley enter as party at her home Tuesday after- Like to Apply This Money on Their Own

I Freshmen. noon. Pieces of Fostoria crystal
for :Mrs. R. N. Home.
Mr.: and Mrs. C. E. Miner and were given prizes
Returning to Clewiston Smith winning high, Mrs. J. W.
children returned Monday
to resume their duties on the Ezelle second high at bridge and .
from Highlands, N. C., where they IT DOESN'T SEEM POSSIBLE :
school faculty are Miss Evelyn Mrs. C. L. Moran high at Chinese,

spent the summer. Burhans of Umatilla, Miss Evelyn Checkers. Mrs. Moran was also'given '-,'J"IIT'S

Bell of Arcadia and Miss Alice .
Misses 'Roberta Spicer and an Old Spice set as guest BUT
Steinholtz of Daytona Beach. All remembrance.An .
Barbara Morrison left Wednesdayfor
t their other teachers are Clewiston resi- iced course was served by the
Tallahassee to resume
dents except Joel Keene, who arrived -.
studies in Florida State College for '
several weeks ago, and Mrs. a................................... TRUE'YOUIt !
I Mack Greene who will drive down -
each day from her home in Moore
Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. G. B. Haven. .

Thomas Carline Berner Jo Ann
Why has Mabel Morris
Crouch and Mary Louise Thomas
were visitors in West Palm Beach MRS. SCHARNBERG HOSTESS AT thrown out her adding machine GOVERNMENT (F." II. A.) AND BISHOP-WILSON

H. J. B. Scharnberg entertained COMPLETE
Coburn Moore left Saturday for
with a dessert card partyat L
Gainesville where he returned tot
her home Monday afternoon. A
the University of Florida. Ed Ward
delicious fruit salad with cheese
i accompanied him on the trip and 2-BEDROOM HOME ,
sticks, cakes and an iced drink
remained for a short visit.
\ was served at the card tables before -
playing began.A .
Miss' Ava Ezelle of Graceville is
scrap-book went to Mrs. M. FOR LESS
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W.
E. Von Mach, holder of high score,
Ezelle today. Miss Ezelle is en
a pair of silk hose to Mrs. Harry
route to Fort Myers where she will
Vaughn who held second high anda of builders and home
teach in the Trice school this year. BECAUSE in any good recipe she can use RUM. Now-at last it's a reality-the dream
double deck of cards to Mrs. J. FORD Baking Powder in the amount the direction owners alike come true-a low cost home within the means of

W. Ezelle, with third high score. Mrs.E. give. No more figuring out special quantities workers in the lower income bracket.
Mrs. L. M. Oliphant has returnedto for special types of baking powder..Writ.for .
C. Mills, who held low, receiveda
her home in Marietta, Ga., aftera our FREE recipe book....Address: Rumford After long planning, the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. has at last
with kitchen apron for consolation.Mrs. Baking Powder, Box B, Rumford, Rhode Island. difficulties of co-ordinating planning, designing,
two weeks' visit her son- Fred Morrison received a .................................... overcome the be kept low and
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.R. financing and construction so that costs can
C. Wilson. savings achieved which permits building COMPLETE homes that
-------------------- -
- - ---
small incomes can afford.
families of
\\\X I
..I -
1 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Arey spent IIIIIllllluluuul't'' .? "-

. Sunday in Okeechobee with rela- (ff11 I :NGS IT'S TRUE!' TIIESEARE COMPLETE2BEDROOM

tives. Miss Mary Louise Zander YES HOMES

returned with them and is spendingthis
These homes were developed
week here. particularly for people who Complete In Every Detail Even

I do not have large bank ac- to Window Shades' and Walk

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Neilson, Mr. counts. Soundly constructed and well

and Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. R. N. You don't need a lot and planned, these !homes are located

Smith and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino were tyou with us, yOU you don't need a lot of on spacious sites in an excellent
'" sayings location. Homes any family can
visitors Saturday in West Palm -i" hove a at a timelust\ money. :
= When few donars be proud to own. Now-with
Beach. to It a out Income.can steady job?.
I = odd save out of y Have you a this amazing Bishop-Wilson plan
t ,can $25 week?
whoever yOU pounded semionnuatly Do, you earn per -small Income is no longer a
. The Rev. and Mrs C. R. Meaderof pay, white! SEE US AT ONCE! bar to home ownership.

Longwood spent the weekendin !fIt The good rll'nmove saY".Cgoorlh It costa nothing does not
\\ and 1 let obligate you in any way-to SEE FOIl YOURSELF
Clewiston. Rev. Meader preached joy, visit our office and get complete .
at the Baptist Church on Sun- come Into CUP In Sovlng information about this GET FULL DETAILS
day. Why not cbOu our plan. BRING YOUR WIFE
: more WITH YOU.
uS ten yOU oil,\
i g,.. p\on1\ from the lst on FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, OUR
Mr. and Mrs. Earning
Morris of
i ; Lake Harbor are parents of a funds received by l9'r OFFICE

I baby girl, who was born in the 6 O'CLOCK'BISHOPWILSON

,. Clewiston Emergency 'Hospital Fri- I

I I day. ___ Clewiston Federal LUMBER CO. II I II

} Mr. and Mrs. J.. F. Morrison and Savingsand I

Mrs. C. T. Hurst were in Fort Myers Clewiston Florida i

Tuesday. They accompanied Miss ,

I Barbara Morrison who left by bus Loan Association PHONE 88l ,
: for Tallahassee, 1 -' i i
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CHAPTER XVI-Continued.33 to avoid any move from her? Was against her shoulders. He'd loved chance, Gay?" he asked gravely. '-. lot more. f Ul\.

: -* he, by his silence, making a clean her so, then. He loved her now. If "Can we make a go of it? Will you But
then 1
Nat, pulling Skippy in an express break as effectively as she had they might have stayed here- be happy? In spite of everything might 't..s

wagon, came up to the side of the meant to make it when she had writ- He lit the lamps in the kitchen, that has happened or will happen, well be., gkc&ecwse.

ten the letter which Mary, this laid the fire carefully, taking a great do you still want to marry me?" $ 1 know: I cwvt

car."Hello!" he said, his smile widen- morning, had re-directed? deal of time. Yellow flames curled "Darling!" She smiled. "Would I be

ing with recognition, displaying a She started up as Mary returnedto around birch-logs in the stove. He have: driven all these miles-?" one.R

missing tooth. "I'm not Admiral the porch. collected ingredients for flap jacks; His lips against hers stilled her ccnrrrl.6Q .

Byrd now that there isn't any snow." "Ho isn't at home," Mary said. butter, milk, flour, eggsThere voice. They had in that momont of

"Of course not. How stupid of "His mother thinks that he may were the fish he had caught this reconciliation, of faith and trust re-

me. I should have known. This is have gone to a cabin down east near morning, cleaned and salted readyfor newed, no need for words. His arms,

my cousin, Miss Oliver, Nat, and Machias--" the pan. Cornmeal, salt pork cut holding her, were strong and secure O

Skippy," said Gay. "John is at the cabin?" Gay's in strips.He and safe. Her vital young body

"Hello, Nat," Kate said. "Hello, voice was light and breathless. placed the fish in the pan. pressing close to him, was a prom- .

Skippy." "They aren't sure. They've had Through the sputtering sound they ise and an assurance. Moments '

,. "Hello." Nat grinned again and no word. They're holding his mail." made, he heard a car coming in ticked away'unconsidered in the se- WNU Service.REMEDY.

Skippy ducked his head. "Of course he has. I didn't the lane. One of the acquaintanceshe'd cure realization of weeks, months,

"Is Dr. Houghton in now?" Gay thinkGay glanced at her watch. made at the store in the village, years stretching in a bright open

asked, feeling her heart leap and "We can make it before night. Thank perhaps young Dr. Reynolds, stop- vista ahead."I '

I plunge. you, Mary. I must find Kate." ping in on his rounds. Any visitor beg your pardon," a voice said

t' "No, he's not here now." "You're going there?" Mary asked would be welcome. Whoever it was from the door. -

l "You mean he isn't here at the doubtfully. "It's a fairly long drive.I would see the light and come in. They drew apart, smiling. Kate

:: house?" had expected that you would stay He couldn't leave the fish. came into the kitchen."It .

"He went 'away last week. Grand- for lunch, at least." He heard the motor of the car may mean less than nothing to

, father came home. He brought me "No. We're going. Wish me luck, race, then die off into silence as an you," she said, "but. something is

; a whole fleet of boats Mary. I'll need it." ignition key was turned. That mo- burning."

"Brought me a boat!" Skippy ,Mary Adams smiled m and pressed tor! No one of his acquaintanceshere "Good Lord!" John groaned. "It's

piped up. Gay's hand."I drove a car with such power. the fish!" For quick, effective relief ...

t. "Is your mother here, Nat?" Gay think you'll carry your luck His hand, holding a fork over the He glanced around with a dazed Trial KIDBLAD size lOc Backache-Kidney-Box 50c. NOBEL Strain.LAB., "

asked. with you," she said.CHAPTER. fish, was shaking. He turned, his expression. Kate caught up a dish- 610 Lafayette Ave. Westwood, N. J.

"Aya, she's here. She'll be pleased I heart thumping, a singing sound in cloth and grasped the handle of the

to see you, I expect. Did you come I XVII his ears. % pan. She turned to regard Gay and TRAINED HOUNDSPARTLY

all the way from New York? 'Course The kitchen door stood open. He John with an expression of studied -

: I like boats better on account of my saw her coming toward him throughthe derision which failed entirelyto TRAINED DEER AND CAT
John the fire wentto HOUNDS. 1 to 2 yrs. old. 10 days trial.
father's an officer in the Navy but placed a log on dusk, running across the clear- conceal the emotion in her eyes. Each$12.50.E. C. SIMMONS, Clayton, Ga.

: that's some swell car." the doorway, stood looking out ing, up the steps. "Get out of here," she said. "I'm

s "Drive them around a couple of across the lake. Dusk was falling. "Gay: !" he cried, and plunged hungry. I want something that's fit
reflection of the sunset had
;. blocks, will you, Kate." Gay..opened The last ; forward to open the, door. to eat." Our Deepest ChasmThe
still surface of the
faded from the
!E., the door and stepped out. "I want to She came into the kitchen, hesi- Still fuming, she slapped the pan
the lake loon
[ talk to their mother." water. Across a in the sink. Gay and John lookedat
the si- tantly, as though the sound of his deepest chasm in the United
mournfully through
r. "Hop in, kids." Kate slipped over lence. John closed the door and returned voice had checked the impulse which each other' and broke into laughter States and in continental 'North

f under the wheel."Whoopee had brought her swiftly to him then, hands joined, went out America is Hells canyon on the
to the fire.
t. !" Nat shouted and through the dusk. into the dusk., Snake river, directly along the bor-
echoed his brother's enthusiasm He should prepare something for [THE END] der between
L Skippy he irresolutely "Hello, John, she said. Oregon and Idaho.

F-, then ducked his head again. supper, on thought the. hearth, standing with his- They stood staring at each other This abyss, formed by the Wallo-

The tan roadster moved 'Built-In' FurnitureIs wa mountains of Oregon and the
! long away back to the fire. Funny how he had like strangers. Type
from the curb. Gay walked the Seven Devils range in ,Idaho is
up cpme to dread getting supper. When "Where did you come from?" he Latest Trend 'I
of the house and sounded Building about 75 miles long. For 40
steps the over
that had been accomplished, the day asked at last. "How did you know 1
knocker. Adams Built-in furniture is in- miles it 5,510 feet in
' Mary herself, was definitely over and night had was here?" rapidly averages
opened the door. Her brown facer creasing in popularity. In planninga depth.At .
begun. He was able to get throughthe "I wrote you a letter, she said
twinkled with pleasure when she built-in corner cupboard, uphol- one point it is 7,900 feet deep,
' day fairly well. While the sun quietly, "telling you that I was go- .,.
recognized Gay. stered wall seat, or some other pieceof almost a mile and a half from rim '
shone, he made fishing from the ca- ing marry Todd.
"Come in," she said. "This is a noe or lying on the float an excuse "I have not received it." furniture, the home owner should to river, which exceeds by some "'.
surprise." decide well in advance about such 1,800 feet the 6,100-foot maximumfor
; "No "
for being out of doors. But the it's in Rockland.
k The wide hallway was familiar, "Have been important details as what fillers, Grand canyon in Arizona.,
nights were unbearably lonely.He you there?
though now there were peonies and finishing materials and colors to use. Pathfinder.
shouldn't have returned to the She shook her head. "Mary called
iris the which
in 'vases in March
held cabin. He should have taken the your mother for me. She, your mother According to an authority on hard-
x- had bitter-sweet and
feathery thought be here." wood finishing, it is important that
walking trip through Canada whichhe you might
plumes of pine. Following Mary the right fillers be used in accordance SIMPLE erfulvbecause ex-
through the living-room to the had half planned when Dr. Sar- The singing in her ears dimmedher
which faced the lawn she geant had insisted that he take a voice to a thread of sound. with the color and consistency IIEllRALGIA tra-medicated. Rub
remem- desired and also that the filler be
bered her last 'day here, the day two weeks vacation until the Boston "But if you wrote me that," he PSNETROBrotherhood.
wiped at the proper time. A filler
after John had brought her in from matter was settled one way or an- asked, "why are you here?" mineral

his mother's home. They'd been so other. He would be able to make "Because I didn't mean it.. I discovered basically/ asbestos a pigment silica suchas
an compound, ,
>.' distant, she and John, polite to each' the decision he must make more after I'd mailed ,it, thatI \ "
bound There is
whiting, or clay, together a brotherhood, not of
other, unhappy, remote. Mary must calmly and with less pain anywherein couldn't. I tried to get to you
with a small amount of vehicle and equality nor of likeness, but of
have noticed. Was she the world except here. The cabin
too, remembering before the letter did. I drove last
thinned with mineral and
gasoline or giving receiving.Ruskin.ADVISES .
t: the end of Gay's visit here? was filled with ghosts of Gay. He night to Portland, then on here to There
spirits. are finishing
If she remembered saw her everywhere, on the couch many
she gave no day. Her eyes widened, then materials, and most of them are
't- sign. with the lamplight falling across her closed. She swayed, reached out well known to the home
"Are you alone?" she asked. "It's hair; seated on the footstool beside for the table. "John!"
those most often used
marvelous to be able to the the hearth in a characteristic posi- Among are
use He caught her, held her. She white and orange shellac, rubbing .,
porch again. You don't appreciate tion, her arms hugging her knees; clung to him. They kissed. Pres- varnish and varnish. YOUNG '
this weather unless you've spent a coming out through the door of the ently she drew away. "Are you ; GIRLSENTERING
Because there is such wide
.'c' winter in Maine." bedroom she and Kate had occupied, "
glad to see me? she asked. "
choice of colors and demands
cousin her face fresh and smiling after varyso
"My is with me, Kate Oli- a "
"Glad! Oh, Gay! greatly, each home owner should
of in and
ver. long night sleep, a jersey
: "Oh ribbon around her hair "Will you still be glad when I select the color for his built-in -woMMllooD
ti ; heard John speak of slacks, a .
tell you that I'm going to stay?" pieces so that they will be in har-
I ,; her. Mary darted up from her He hadn't expected to feel as he Thousands of young girls entering womanhood -.
chair. "Where is she? Why didn't did. He had thought that he wouldbe "Are, you? mony with the general style of the have found a "real friend" in
"Always-as long as you want room. ,The natural color of wood Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -
.c, you bring her in? able to make the decision here. to help them go "smiling thru"
"She's taking Nat and Skippy fora He had not questioned his ability to me. represents the warm side of the restless, moody, nervous spells and
ride. He looked down into her lifted color scale, and, remembering this relieve cramps, headache, backache and
Mary Gay "where
think clearly and logically, to disci- embarrassing fainting spells due to female
i is John?" pline his emotions. Strange that face, weary but radiant, her eyes colors should be selected to con- functional irregularities.Famous for over

Mary curled herself into a wicker he had not considered the pignant shining softly through the tears that form with the,usual rules governing 60 years. WORTH TRYING!

chair. "I, don't know exactly," insistence of memories, the ghostsof misted her lashes. "Will you take a good decoration.

she said. Gay that lived on in the cabin.
"Has he left here," Gay's voice But he must make a decision. If, Source of IgnoranceThe

faltered, "for good, I mean?" he secured this post in Boston, he Science Advances in Telepathy Tests ; fowl of ignorance lays the "',

"Yes. He was in Boston egg of pride.
'- decide
would have to whether he
E-.,: week." Mary glanced at Gay, then was willing to have her there with University Man jives Much Information

i down at her small brown hands. him, using her own money to pro-

If..1." "I "know. He wrote me from vide a place for them to live or Is telepathy, mongrelized by yearsof be found. in "Man, the Unknown

;'" there. whether it was wiser, for her ulti- vaudeville trickery, at the thresh- the recent book by Dr. Alexis Car.

; "That there is a chance of his get- mate good and his own, to make a old of becoming a science? As- rel, who wrote: "Those endowel l
ting in the research department con- definite break and follow alone the
tonishing experiments have' pro- with this power grasp :the secret Cap-Brush'Applicator
nected with the General Hospital?" course he had charted for himself gressed to a point where private thought of other individuals without JUT A makes"BLACHltAF40"OASH GONUCHFAATHER
Mary asked eagerly. "Father thinks before he had declared his love IN FEATHERS.,
g'>i.. to home tests are invited. With them using their sense organs. They also
r:. it's fairly certain. John made a Gay. It was all or nothing. There goes the candid warning that, de- perceive events more or less remotein

s.p' splendid impression" when he interned could be no compromise. The next spite the fun of using the mind as space and time. This quality is

there. time they met- a messenger boy, there is hazard, exceptional. It develops in only a WNU-7 3740A

"But since, then," Gay persisted. But would they meet again? He perhaps tragedy, as a possible re- small number of human beings. .
r-. "He isn't in Boston now?" had sensed in her letters
a changein ward for psychic tinkering.The Clairvoyance appears quite commonplace Poor Seat
:' "We've been forwarding mail to her feeling for him since she had man who took telepathy out to those who have it. It Self-conceit is a poor seat to sit .-

' his mother's. I re-addressed a let- returned from her visit to Maine. of the music hall and put it into I brings them knowledge which is on.

:,:, ter from you this 'morning. I've He couldn't blame her. It had been the laboratory is slim, youthful, imp more certain than that gained

learned to know your handwriting pretty awful for her, as estrangingas tuous and mop-haired, a rapt be- through the sense organs."

pretty well. I-" his visit to New York. She loved liever in the theory that the human Dr. Rhine experimented with chil of'Today's Doan's Pills popularity, after
. "This morning? A letter?" him. He did not question that. He of world-
' mind is, to more or less degree, a dren then many years
" college students. The wide surely must
"Yes. Why? Mary asked quickly her. But love
was enough? sensitive broadcasting station with results were dismaying. Then he be accepted as evidenceof
? in surprise. Was it as fresh and as steadfastnow messages for those with minds ca- tried hypnotized subjects and final- satisfactory use.
"It was a' letter which shouldn't had been here And favorable public
", as at the pable of tuning in the right wave- ly the key to science, specially gift- opinion supports that
have been written," Gay said. "I've cabin last fall? Could any love sur- length, says the Literary Digest.He ed students. Results followed im of the able physicianswho
to head it off Couldhe test the value ofDown's
come or explain. vive the misunderstandings, the
is Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine, pressively.He under exacting
be at his mother's in Rockland?" quarrels, the bickering to which, whose laboratory conditions.
at Duke univer-
"I don't know. Why don't you-" their love had been exposed? experiments is careful to distinguish be- These physicians, too, approve every wordof
:. sity keep people awake nightly from tween clairvoyance and advertising you read, the objective of
She paused, then said, "If you don'twant Wouldn't it be better-? North Carolina to California. telepathy. which is only to recommend Doan's Pillsas
to go there, or call,. I'll call He wouldn't think of it, now. He 'Clairvoyance, he says, is percep- a good diuretic treatment for disorderof
Mainly, success depends, he the kidney function and for relief of
says, tion, such as symbols on the cards.
for you:
would build fire in the kitchen
a on possession of the "gift" to some the pain and worry it causes.
"Will you? I don't- There are range and prepare supper, makinga Telepathy is "mind-reading. Per- If more people were aware of how the
extent, favorable mental conditionsto
kidneys roust
reasons. I'd like to see Debby but long job of it to keep night from a large extent. Then: sons gifted with one ordinarily pos- that cannot stay constantlyremove in the blood without waste injury
I'm sure it would be better if you-" coming too soon. sess the other.Distance t I to health, there would be- better understanding

1 "I will." She rose, ,miled at Gay He went out into the dusk, filled a "First, a genuine interest is re- he holds, makes no dif when kidneys of why lag, the and whole diuretic body medica-suffers

compassionately and went into the basket with chips and birch logs. quired. Preferably a fresh spon- ference. Indeed, better results are tion would be more often employed.
taneous curiosity to see if you can obtained when test Burning, scanty or too frequent urination -
house. objects
None of his senses was secure from do it." are sepa- sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
Gay sat on the porch looking out ghosts of Gay. The smell of. pine rated by' rooms. High scores ob- function. You may suffer nagging back-

across the sunny lawn where peo- needles and freshly chopped wood I In more than ,100,000 trials, con- tain when several miles intervene. ziness ache, ,persistent getting up headache rights,, attacks swelling of, puffi-diz-

nies bloomed along the fence and recalled the night she had slipped ducted since 1927, he has obtained Remarkable results were obtainedat ness under the eyes-feel weak, nervous

the foliage of a maple tree shadedthe put of the cabin to meet him, the results that seem billions'to one a distance of 100 miles. all played out.
Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on
children's sand-box and swing. night Todd Janeway had arrived.: against the operations of pure "With all its dangers it is, I be- a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim -

She was only absently aware of the His eyes lifted above the pile of chance. Mathematically, at least, lieve, the greatest field for intellectual than on something less favorably

objects her eyes rested upon. Every chips. They had sat there, leaning he has shown that, in some per- adventure that the student has known. Ask your neighbor

nerve, every sense in her body was above the logs. She'd worn a soft sons, perception without use of the before him today," says Dr. Rhine.

caught up in a state of suspense. I white dress fastened up under her ordinary sense does in fact exist. "The perils add to the zest, and the

Had John gone away deliberately, chin and her hair had curled loosely Support for Dr. Rhine's faith can s\ii of the game is unequalled." I

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Garments- District Court for the Southern District licenses are hereby revoked and the ment on any part of the
: School Board Ass'nMeet Forty-Two of Florida, at Tampa Florida, officials are instructed to make refund General Plan of Clewiston is occupieda
on the 15th day of October 1940, tc of license fee. septic tank must be
I[ show what Interest or lien you, or Section IX. Failure to comply with structed and maintained erected upon con-said
F In Orlando (Continued from Page 1) any of you, have in or to the above the provisions of this ordinance shall premises so to be occupied, in accord-
rf' described property or any part thereof be punishable by a fine not to ex- ance with plans and specincatloniP
[ Alston for making button-holes on and to show cause, if any, you ceed $10.00.Section approved by the City Building Com-

all dresses to Mrs. W. P. Simptonfor or any of you have, why said prop- X. All ordinances or missioner, provided however, that
Asso- partsof
t The Florida School Board erty should not be taken by United when a sewerage system has been
the box States of America for the ordinances in conflict herewithare
and shipping purposesset
last Sunday morningat packing constructed so as to serve said
ciation met hereby repealed.
forth in said petition; and this
premises and provision herein
the San Juan Hotel in Orlando and to the 36 volunteer workers on penalty of you and each and all I Section XI. This ordinance shall be dIsregarded shall

present except who did the knitting, crochetingand of you the said respondents, being : become effective immediately upon its
Section 3. At time
all shall
with barred of all claim and interest in no any
mado for a sewing of these garments.The said portion of land comprising the pres-
Motion was to property.
three. WHEREAS it is provided by the
I ent General Plan of Clewiston, or
total cost of the shipmentwas WITNESS, the Honorable William J.
to be held in Marianna Charter of the City of Clewiston that
fall meeting Baker United States District Judge, any improvements erected thereon be
$24.41 and the gross weight "except in the case of a grave em- occupied
and committee was and likewise the undersigned as I by, or sold, conveyed mortgaged -
a program
This is the second ship- ergency therein declared, each ordi- pledged, rented or leased in
36 pounds. Clerk of said District Court, at
this meeting. shall be introduced and readin
named to arrange the 11th of nance whole or in part, to any person or
Florida this day
:.' The legislative policy of the ment for war relief purposes made ber 1940., Tampa"1 full at a regular meeting or a persons of Negro or Ethiopian des-
the local chapter. On special meeting called for that purpose cent, provided, however, this is not
this by Attest A True Copy
... association will include a request year EDWIN R. and shall not be adopted untila Intended to include or prevent occupancy -
-+ for an appropriation from the stateto February 2nd, a box containing fourmen's Clerk U. S. District Court, I regular meeting held at least ten by such person as a domestic
when It shall be readIn
ten mufflers 25 days thereafter servant or while actually employedin
sweaters ,
Southern District of Florida.
finance a full nine months of full and may be amended or modIfied or about the premises by the
; school in all counties with the hospital garments, 24 dresses, 12 By THOMAS NETTIE McE.TIDWELL JOHNSTON D. C., and passed." owner or occupant thereof.

amount of $800 per teacher unit shirts, 32 baby kimonas and .Attorney at Law. THEREFORE, it is hereby declared Section 4. Penalty for Violation. A
and 12 diapers was sent :Miami, Florida that a grave emergency exists for person who shall violate a provisionof
to be raised to $900 for that pur- gertrudes Attorney for Petitioner.No. the Immediate passage of this ordi- this Ordinance or fall to comply;

It was also proposed that I by the Clewiston Chapter.Mrs. 218. 4t. Sept 132027. Oct. 4, 1940 nance at a special meeting called for therewith or with any of the require- ,'
pose. I Duff states that conditionsof the passage of said ordinance In ments thereof, or who shall erect *-
the legislature be asked to revise order that the City of Clewiston will construct alter or repair, or has
the railroad tax statute to put rail- delivery at present are so uncertain be entitled to collect the aforesaid erected constructed, altered or repaired -
"it is not known whether DILL NO. 32 license taxes In accordance' with law a building or structure, in
road taxes on the same basis as ORDINANCE NO. 32 and enforce the provisions of this violation of a detailed statement or
property taxes and thereby aid in another call will be made by national ordinance.No. plan submitted and approved there-

Red Cross for war relief 2162t. Sept. 13-20, 1940. under, or of a permit or certificate
voted that all
collection. It was Issued thereunder, shall be guilty ofa

county school boards be asked to purposes. AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED misdemeanor punishable by a fine of
a disdemeanor punishable by a fine of
:, unite in railroad litigation involving "AN ORDINANCE REQUIRINGAN HILL NO. 33 not less than ten dollars nor more

i 1939 taxes. ANNUAL LICENSE FOR ORDINANCE NO. 33 than five hundred dollars, or by Im-
4 NOTICE TO APPEARIN DOGS. AND PROVIDING FOR prisonment not exceeding six months,
Other legislation proposed was THE SEIZURE AND DESTRUC- ''or by both such fine and imprison-

an amendment to make the county TION OF DOGS RUNNING AT ment, and each day such violation
LARGE IN THE CITY WITH- shall be permitted to exist shall con-
; superintendents appointive rather THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE OUT LICENSE TAGS. AND An Ordinance to limit building according stitute a separate offense.
elective proposal that at UNITED STATES FOR THE FOR THE SEIZURE to their use or 'construction
than ; a PROVIDING zones of the City and The owner of a building, structureor
OF FLORIDA to specified
least half of race track funds go SOUTHERN TAMPA DISTRICT DISTRICT. AND DESTRUCTION OF to establish such zones. premises, where anything in viola- ...
FEMALE DOGS RUNNING AT tion of this Ordinance shall be placedor
to schools; take steps to see that LARGE IN THE CITY WHILEIN COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF shall exist, and an architect, bujld-
schools get 45 per cent of Murphytax Chit No. 305 T. SEASON. AND PROVIDINGFOR CLEWISTON, FLORIDA: er, contractor, agent, person or cor-
A PENALTY FOR THE poration employed in connection there-
money and that fifty per cent UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, VIOLATION OF THE DIFFER- I I Zones. For the with and who may have assisted In
Section 1.
;.:: of intangible tax money be returned [ Petitioner, i ENT PROVISIONS" OF SAID this Ordinance, the City of Clew- the commission of such violation sHall
ORDINANCE. each be of
guilty a separate offense
iston Is hereby divided into Eight
to the county from whence vaGovernment)- and upon conviction thereof shall be
collected to be divided equally be- I BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY sections or zones: fined as herein provided.The .
Lots I, 5. 6, ,7 and 10, in COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF 1. Marcheta Section. '
tween the two county boards. Section 6, and Government. Lot 1 In CLEWISTON, FLORIDA: 2. La Flora Section. imposition of penalties herein -
: Section 7.. all in Township 43 South 3. Santa Maria Section. prescribed shall not preclude the
Range 29 East Hendry County, I Section I. That it shall be unlaw- 4. San Pedro Section. Corporation Counsel from instituting:
Water Company Asks Florida, less parcels K, KA, KJ.: ful for any person, firm or corpora- 5. San Juan Section. appropriate action or proceeding to
6. San Pablo Park Section. prevent an unlawful erection, construction -
shown plat
KL and LH. as on maintain
tion to own, keep or
for the 7. Industrial and Wholesale Section or re-construction, alteration, repair -
the right of way KK'I harbor any dog within the city limitsof
River filed in Plat convertlon, maintenance or use or r
Permit For Crib) hatchee the City of Clewiston without first
to restrain correct abate violation
2, page 69, Public Records having obtained therefor a license 8. Retail Business Section. or a
Florida, The boundaries of each of these or to prevent the.occupancy of a
County, from the officials duly authorized to
Said licenses shall be 'zones are' hereby established as building structure or premises; or
issue licenses.
shown the Building Zone Map, to prevent an illegal act, conduct,
; HERBERT P. WILLIAMS unmarried, In force until the first day of October on
Announcement Is made by the and others named in the petition, next 'ensuing.Section which accompanies and Is hereby declared business or use in or about' any
Engineers'that the Glades to be a part of this Ordinance. premises.
U. S.
Respondents. II. A fee of $1.00 shall be :
r' Water at Canal Point has paid to such licensing authority who Section 2. Restrictions. No resi- Section' 5. Validity. If any sec-
Company THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED dence building or structure shall be tion or part of section or paragraphof
record of
applied for a permit to constructan STATES TO: shall keep a breed color and owner- erected, constructed or maintained up- this Ordinance is declared Invalid
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR ship, name, sex on any portion of the area comprising I unconstitutional it shall not be
intake crib and maintain an ex- of each dog so licensed together,
held to invalidate the
or impair
I HAVING LIENS UPON THE i the City of Clewiston whatsoever -
: isting water pipe'across the levee.A ERTY' HEREINAFTER IN THIS with such other for information identifying the as maybe dogso except as hereinafter providedand validity, force or effect of any other
& NOTICE DESCRIBED: necessary except as to all of the terms and section or sections or part of sec-
will be held
public hearing not licensed.
conditions herein and of these cove- tion or paragraph of this Ordinance.
and any protest to be filed must be WHEREAS a petition has been Section III. Every 'dog licensed in nants and restrictions: No residence Section 6. Conflicting Ordinances

filed with the district engineer in filed by the United States of America compliance with this ordinance shall shall be erected, constructed at a Repealed. All Ordinances and partsor
in the District Court of the wear a metal tag bearing the name of cost less than (a) $5,000.00 on any Ordinances inconsistent herewithare
: Jacksonville before September 16. United States for the Southern Dis- the municipality and the number of lot West of Francisco Street within hereby repealed. 'r

y' The existing pipe is to be laid trict of Florida, for the acquisitionby the license issued for said dog in the Marcheta Section, on any lot within Section 7. Date of Effect. This .
condemnation of: current year. the La Flora Section, excepting designated Ordinance shall take effect and be insforce
in a trench across the levee to a The perpetual right, privilege, Section IV. It shall be unlawfulfor business lots; (b) $3,500.00 immediately upon its passage

point about thirty feet lakewardof power and authority to enter and any person firm or corporation on any lot West of Francisco Street :No. 217. 2t. Sept. 13-20, 1940.
I- deposit upon Government Lots 1, owning a female dog to permit the within the Santa Maria Section, excepting
the water's edge, then along the 5. 6, 7 and 10. Section 6. and female dog to run at large in said designated business lots, and

natural lake bottom to an intake Government Lot 1 in Section 7, all city while in season. excepting all lots fronting on the
in Township, 43 South. Range 29 Section V. The sanitary officer, official South line of Pasadena Avenue all ORDER TO APPEARIN
crib located 600 feet lakeward of East. Hendry County, Florida, less dog catcher, or any police officer of lots in Block 190, 191 192, 193 and

the landside right-of-way line or Parcels K, KA, KJ. KK, KL and LH the City of Clewiston Is authorizedand 194; (c) all lots included under sub- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
as shown on plat of the right of directed to capture any dog sections (a) and (b) are "expressly TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
about two hundred feet into the way for the Caloosahatchee River running at large in the City of Clew- reserved exclusively, for residencesfor FLORIDA IN AND ,FOR

ake. The crib will be constructedof flIed In Plat Book 2, page 69, iston withouta license tag as herein one family only; (d) 1500.00 on HENDRY COUNTY. -
provided, and. keep said dog for a any lot within San Pablo Park Sec-
public records of Hendry County, .
timber piles In the form of an Florida, earth, spoil and other ma- period'of seventy-two (72) hour' tion between Atlantic and' Pacific VIA DELLA FRENCH,
8-foot equilateral triangle and will terial excavated in the Improve- During the 72 hours following the Avenues; (e) all lots fronting on Plaintiff. ? .c--
ment, construction and maintenance capture of any unlicensed '''dog its South line of Pasadena Avenue, in ,
replace a. structure authorized by of the Caloosahatchee River owner may redeem said dog upon the Santa Maria Section, are restricted to VS)- -

the War Department. and Canal and in ,Hendry County, payment of $1.00, in addition to the residences, apartments, flats and n'
Florida regular fee for licensing, and 25c double houses to cost not less than LEON FRENCH
in which: petition the following are additional a day, for each day said 3500.00: (f) all lots in Blocks 190. Defendant, ','
{ Too Late To named respondents: Herbert P. Williams dog is impounded. After the expira- 191, 192 193 and 194 are restrictedto
Classify unmarried; Emma Williams, tion of 72'' 'hours, each dog'so Impounded residences and apartments and no lULL FOR DIVORCE
unmarried: Fannie 'D. Williams, un- for lack of license shall be apartment shall be erected on any of
..---- married: Edwin R. Williams and AnnaW. painlesslYdestroyed.. said lots at a cost of less than $7- THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Williams his wife Isabella M. Section VI. The sanitary officer, 500.00 and no residence shall be TO LEON FRENCH:
Continued from Page 4) Williams, a widow; Arthur: T. Williams official dog catcher or any police offi. erected on any of said lots at a cost It appearing from the Plaintiff's

piecemeal, and you'll not be dis. Jr., and Emma Rochelle Williams cer of the City of Clewiston is of less than 350000. Nothing in sworn Bill of Complaint that your
as executors of the Last Will authorized and directed to captureany this section shall be construed to address is unknown, it is hereby
appointed. and Testament of Arthur T. Williams, female dog running at large in prevent a, physician or dentist from ordered that you are required to appear -
Never have I experienced any deceased: Arthur T. Williams, Jr. individually the City of Clewiston while in seasonas maintaining an office in the residence on the 7th day of October, 1940,
and Claire Drew Williams herein provided, and to keep said occupied by him. All lots not speci- before the above entitled court, to
anywhere, to compare with his wife; Emma Rochelle Porter and dog segregated from any and all fically included in this section are the Bill of Complaint filed against ,
,"';. it. And each trip I take seems Garret Porter, her husband; Lucy male dogs, and to keep said female unrestricted as to the conditions in you in the above entitled cause, and
Starke Williams unmarried and dog -for a period of seventy-two (72) this Section set forth. the Clewiston News is hereby desig'r
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f enjoyable. continually
more Herbert Drew, unmarried Isabella hours. During the 72 hours follow- Not more than one residence shall nated as the newspaper which this
' ;:. finding new and interesting things Milling Drew unmarried, Katharine ing the capture of said female dog, be erected in any one lot includedin order shall be published once a week
its owner may redeem said dog upon sub-sections (a) and (b) but for four (4) consecutive weeks.
Frances Drew unmarried and
learning about George
and something ,
my of and 25c addi- shall the WITNESS the Honorable W.
[ Frank Drew, unmarried, as heirs at the payment $5.00 nothing herein prevent erec- George
state that I never knew before. law of Isabella M. Drew, deceased; tional a day for each day said dogis tion of a residence on a greater area Whitehurst as Judge of this Court,
Each town, city or cross-road is all as heirs at law of Marcellus A. Impounded. After the expirationof than one lot and no other buildingor and the Seal of this Court in the city
f.-"r. Williams deceased. 72 hours, each female dog so Impounded buildings shall be ,erected, con- of LaBelle Hendry County, Florida,
Ie,' interesting. Roads for the most NOW, THEREFORE and the for '''running at large whilein structed or maintained upon any lot this September 4, 1940.
\. part are good and if you. are not above named respondents you, and each season shall be painlessly destroy- included within sub-sections (a) andb (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL
of and all other ed. ( ) except a private garage or stable, Clerk of Circuit Court of
you con-
:' In too much of a hurry the beauty cerned in or having an persons interest in, Section VII. The City Clerk is and a greenhouse for the sole use Hendry County, Florida.

: I and charms of the ever changing or lien upon the above described prop- authorized to Issue the license' herein of the owner or occupant of said By INEZ MAGILL D. C. -..,
-' erty, you are hereby notified to be provided. dwelling. J. M. COUSE,
: countryside will enchant you. and appear In said United States Section VIII. -outstanding dog Before any building or improve- Solicitor for Plaintiff.

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